Popular Today
Popular Today
Popular All Time
Charts and Videos
Charts and Videos
10 0 1
Dollar retreats ahead of US-China trade talks

Risk-off sentiment has ebbed on Thursday as global investors received a hope for de-escalation in the trade war between the US and China as the two countries will hold trade talks in late August. Against this backdrop, the dollar safe-haven demand has abated, which opened the way to a recovery in major currencies. However, markets remain rather cautious and ...

8 0 0
Dollar bullish trend intact 

Major currency pairs have been consolidating on Friday amid a lack of fresh catalysts and news. The risk-off tone has abated but investors refrain from more active buying and remain cautious as any negative news headline could easily derail the emerging optimism in the global markets. As such, the dollar is trading under just a mild selling pressure and ...

6 0 0
Brent: downside risks prevail

Crude oil prices are making shallow recovery attempts on Wednesday, after yesterday’s decline to lows marginally above the $72 figure. The bulls refrain from more aggressive actions as market concerns over geopolitics keep increasing, fuelling fears of a decline in global oil demand. The Trump’s trade wars threaten to derail global growth and shatter global ...

16 0 0
EURUSD: bearish risks persist

The EURUSD pair has been trading close to one-year lows, though made some recovery attempts yester-day. The price is clinging to the 1.14 figure and lacks the impetus to stage a more sustainable and pro-nounced recovery. Chances for a steady rise above the 1.15 barrier are low as this level served as a firm support for a long time. In the short-term, ...

31 0 0
Gold enters a new bearish phase

Spot gold keeps losing ground on Monday, with the price extending loses to the critical $1,200 support. The yellow metal hit $1,210, the lowest level since March 2017, which is the last line of defense ahead of the key $1,200 support. A break below this level will open the way to fresh long-term lows and will mark a new bearish phase for the market. As the ...

14 0 0
Gold still threatens the $1,200 figure

Spot gold remains under pressure after several recovery attempts earlier this week. The yellow metal thus finishes the eighth from the last nine weeks with declines, confirming a steady bearish trend established this year. A strong dollar remains the key reason behind gold’s weakness. The greenback continues to rise across the board, refreshing one-year ...

15 0 0
Pound bears unstoppable

GBPUSD keeps bleeding on Thursday, with the pair dropped to fresh one-year lows in the 1.2840 area, threatening the 1.28 threshold. The dollar is back on the offensive amid the escalation of a US-China trade war as the two world’s largest economies threaten each other with additional tariffs, fueling risk-off sentiment. Another source of a bearish pressure on ...

22 0 1
Brent: bullish potential limited

Crude oil prices have been rising over the past few sessions with Brent has settled above the $74.50 area. However, the market lacks further upside momentum and the risks of resuming the decline remain. The key immediate obstacle for bulls now comes at $75, with the next upside barrier lies around $75.20, where the 50-DMA lies. The prices were recently ...

24 0 1
Pound in the crosshairs

GBPUSD is licking its wounds after a drop to 11-month low of 1.2920 on Monday, having recovered above the 1.2960 area. Despite the immediate downside pressure has eased somehow, bearish risks for the pair remain, and the general picture in the weekly charts is still ominous. The British pound came under an intense pressure from two different fronts. First, ...

13 0 0
Brent needs a catalyst

Crude oil prices are trading with a modest bullish bias on Monday, with Brent has settled above the $73 handle, unable to attract a more sustainable buying interest to challenge the 20-DMA marginally below the $74 barrier. The downside pressure on Brent has eased somehow recently. According to POEC sources, Saudi Arabia has cut its crude oil output in July by ...

17 0 0
GBPUSD has another test

The pound has suffered a lot from the ‘dovish hike’ by the Bank of England on Thursday. The GBPUSD pair slipped from the 1.3130 area, down to the 1.30 level which has been eroded today. The price continues to retreat and could challenge this year lows before the end of the week. The BoE expressed concerns over Brexit process and made it clear that the ...

20 0 0
BoE’s “dovish hike” will sink the pound

The greenback remains on the offensive after the Fed meeting. The US central bank hasn’t said anything new and confirmed its commitment to further tightening. This, coupled with the reemerged trade-war concerns, was enough to support USD demand against major rivals. The GBPUSD is changing hands below the 1.31 figure ahead of BoE’s Super Thursday. Investors ...

15 0 0
Brent may derail the $73 threshold

Crude oil prices continue to lose ground on Wednesday following yesterday’s aggressive correction. Brent crude slipped from highs in the $75.60 area, down to nearly two-week lows just above the $73 handle, which so far constrains the selling pressure. After a seven-day rally, the retreat looked inevitable as investors rushed to take profit amid signs of a ...

18 0 0
Dollar focused on Fed

The greenback shows mixed dynamics against major rivals this week, being cautious ahead of the Fed two-day meeting starting today. The dollar gained some support in the USDJPY pair as the yen was unfazed by the Bank of Japan meeting as the central bank left its policy unchanged and showed it still lacks flexibility. The pair is holding above the 111.000 ...

15 0 0
GBPUSD on the defensive ahead of BoE

The British pound finished a third week of decline in a row. On Monday, the GBPUSD pair is attempting to regain ground and clings to the 1.31 handle. However there are still signs that the currency remains vulnerable to further losses, while the recovery potential is limited. The key event for the sterling this week is the BoE meeting due on Thursday. The ...

20 0 0
EURUSD: all eyes on US GDP

The euro licks its wounds after a decline on ECB Draghi statements which were cautious and in fact haven’t brought anything new to investors. EURUSD dropped to fresh one-week low of 1.1635 during the Asian hours on Friday and now attempts to regain ground. Meanwhile, market focus shifts from a non-event ECB meeting to the US Q2 GDP report, which could have a ...

41 0 0
Yen profit taking is coming

The USDJPY pair extends gains for a seventh day in a row on Thursday, with the price is testing more that two-week lows in the 110.60 area. Interestingly, the dollar is not inspired by a rise in the 10-year US Treasury yield to a six-week high close to 3%, and it looks like the pair is set for further losses in the short term. The greenback has been trading ...

17 0 0
EURUSD struggles for direction ahead of Trump-Juncker talks

The EURUSD pair continues to tread water around the 1.17 handle, unable to attract buying interest ahead of the key event of this week – the EU-US trade talks which could give a more directional impulse to the single currency. The pair failed to make a clear break above the mentioned resistance on several occasions, which points to a lack of bullish enthusiasm ...

Show More Ideas 123456...16
EN English (UK)
EN English
EN English (IN)
DE Deutsch
FR Français
ES Español
IT Italiano
PL Polski
SV Svenska
TR Türkçe
RU Русский
PT Português
ID Bahasa Indonesia
MS Bahasa Melayu
TH ภาษาไทย
VI Tiếng Việt
JA 日本語
KO 한국어
ZH 简体中文
ZH 繁體中文
AR العربية
HE עברית
Home Stock Screener Forex Screener Crypto Screener Economic Calendar How It Works Chart Features House Rules Moderators Website & Broker Solutions Widgets Stock Charting Library Feature Request Blog & News FAQ Help & Wiki Twitter
Profile Profile Settings Account and Billing My Support Tickets Contact Support Ideas Published Followers Following Private Messages Chat Sign Out